MIO-Liviero was awarded the rights in 2014 to plan and develop a mixed-use and mixed-income development known as the Rankuwa Smart City Development.
The adoption of the TAC Masterplan by the City of Tshwane necessitates the K217 road development as this is a catalyst infrastructure project for the entire TAC development.
The C3 Corridor is a road infrastructure project aimed at supporting the IRPTN and thereby densifying uses along the transportation corridor.
Malutsa Managing Director Bernard Cannon shares his views on bringing the latest in water purification technology to market.
The City of Durban's vision is to regenerate the inner city with a mix between creative and commercial ventures such as private galleries, small theatres, restaurants and other entertainment venues.
The adoption of the TAC Masterplan and consequent public funding for infrastructure development, will create partnership opportunities for the private sector.
The development of the SEZ in Tshwane is going to be a game changer in terms of positioning the City of Tshwane for faster growth and investment attraction.
A number of strategic opportunities are available where these high-intensity, mixed use precincts are being developed in the vicinity of Durban
The project is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over the next five to 10 years.
This Special Economic Zone is ideally situated in relation to the SADC and offers attractive incentives for businesses in especially the renewable energy and aviation industries.